. surely we won't go back on the promise we made in 2011 when we raised the debt ceiling. but anyway, this is what the associated press said about it, because the democrats want to restore $1.2 trillion in automatic spending cuts over the same period, cuts imposed by washington's failure to reach a broader budget pact. they couldn't reach an agreement so these automatic cuts occurred. murray's blueprint increases spending. you take the $1.2 trillion there and you have taxes increases over here, but the increases in spending are greater than the taxes, and they conclude that it increases spending overall. increases spending overall. while the chairman and, i guess, the budget committee members who support this want to assert that somehow this is a one-for-one budget, a balanced plan, a balanced budget. you've got $1 trillion in tax increases and $1 trillion in spending cuts. but they're not there. now, this chart is a very important chart on the subject i'm talking about. it's, i believe, pretty much not disputed. disputable. and i hate to raise this, but i'm not going to take it. mr.